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Tannin, astringents. Quercus species such as English oak, summer oak, holm oak, sessile oak or winter oak are the parent plants of the official drug (ÖAB90; DAC86) Quercus cortex (oak bark) which is extracted from dried oak bark of young branches and twigs.
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5 g drug to 1 l water for full and partial baths.
For compresses, boil 10 g of drug (1 tablespoon of oak bark) on 1 l of water for 15 minutes. Cool down and use undiluted as wet pads or compresses. Can also be used as a gargle solution. Solution has to be made anew every day.
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Traxaton®; Balcann® skin ointment;
oak bark extract from the Schupp company (20ml on 300 ml water for envelopes)
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Deryabin DG et al (2015) Antibacterial and Anti-Quorum Sensing MolecularComposition
Derived from Quercus cortex (Oak bark) Extract. Molecules 20:17093-18108.
Kraft K (2007) Skin diseases. Zschr Phytotherapy 28: 76-78